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Tecnologie: Apache, PHP, Mysql, JS.

b2internet.com develops a permanent updating and testing of new technologies available in the market for internet project implementation and appropriate to their needs in designing websites.

The available technologies can make your web site is completely flexible and attractive. Also the existence of powerful development tools using Open Source Software (Open Source) cheapen the cost of production of projects for the Internet.

The implementation of HTML and CSS for layout and structure, programming in Javascript to work the behavior of browsers, use of PHP and mySQL database allows you to control dynamic content production achieving independence and speed in data management; using Apache server on Linux allows security and flexibility. The widely used Flash technology, xHTML and, lately, AJAX provide incredible opportunities in terms of usability and appearance of the site.

LINUX

It is one of the terms used to refer to the combination of core or free Unix-like kernel called Linux, which is used with GNU tools. Its development is one of the most prominent examples of free software, all source code can be used, modified and redistributed freely by anyone under the terms of the GPL (GNU General Public License) and a number of free licenses.

APACHE

The Apache HTTP server is a HTTP web server open source Unix platforms (BSD, GNU / Linux, etc..), Microsoft Windows, Macintosh and others, which implements the HTTP/1.1 protocol [1] and the notion of virtual site. When development began in 1995 was initially based on the popular NCSA HTTPd code 1.3, but was later completely rewritten. His name is because Behelendorf wanted it to have the connotation of something that is assertive but not aggressive, and the Apache tribe was the last to surrender to that soon become the U.S. government, and at that time the concern of group was reached by the companies and "civilized" landscape that had created the first Internet engineers. Apache also consisted of only one set of patches to apply to the NCSA server. It was, in English, a patchy server (a server "patched").

HTML

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language (Hypertext Markup Language) is the predominant markup language for web development. It is used to describe the structure and content in text, as well as to supplement the text with objects such as images. HTML is written in the form of "tags" surrounded by angle brackets (<,>). HTML can also describe, to some extent, the appearance of a document, and may include a script (eg Javascript), which can affect the behavior of web browsers and other HTML processors.

CSS

The cascading style sheets (English Cascading Style Sheets), CSS is a language used to define the presentation of a structured document written in HTML or XML (and by extension XHTML). The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is responsible for developing the specification of style sheets that serve as a standard user agents or browsers.

The idea behind the development of CSS is to separate the structure of a document from its presentation.

JAVASCRIPT

Scripting language based on objects, objects used to access applications. Mainly, you use a web browser integrated in enabling the development of improved user interfaces and dynamic web pages. JavaScript is a dialect of ECMAScript and is characterized as a prototype-based language with dynamic input and first-class functions. JavaScript has been influential in many languages and was designed with a syntax similar to Java programming language, although easier to use for non-scheduled.

All modern browsers interpret JavaScript code embedded within web pages. To interact with a web page JavaScript language provides an implementation of DOM.

XML

Extensible Markup Language (extensible markup language) is an extensible meta tags developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It is a simplification and adaptation of SGML and defines the specific language grammar (in the same way that HTML is itself a language defined by SGML). Therefore XML is not really a particular language, but a way of defining languages for different needs. Some of these languages that use XML for its definition are XHTML, SVG, MathML.

PHP

PHP is an interpreted programming language originally designed for creating dynamic web pages. Interpretation is used mainly in server-side (server-side scripting) but can now be used from a command line interface or in creating other types of programs, including GUI applications using Qt or GTK + libraries.

PHP is a recursive acronym for PHP Hypertext Pre-processor (initially PHP Tools, or Personal Home Page Tools). It was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994, but the main implementation of PHP is now produced by The PHP Group and serves as the de facto standard for PHP as there is no formal specification. Published under the PHP License, the Free Software Foundation sees this as free software license.

mySQL

MySQL is a database management system relational database, multithreading and multiuser with more than six million installations. [1] MySQL AB since January 2008, a subsidiary of Sun Microsystems and this turn of Oracle Corporation since April 2009 - MySQL as free software developed on a dual licensing scheme.

On one hand it offers under the GNU GPL for any application compatible with this license, but for companies that want to incorporate it into proprietary products the company should buy a specific license allowing them to this use. It is developed mostly in ANSI C.

Unlike projects like Apache, where software is developed by a public community and code copyright is held by the individual author, MySQL is owned and sponsored by a private company, which owns the copyright to most of the code.

AJAX

Ajax, short for Asynchronous JavaScript And XML (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is a web development technique for creating interactive applications or RIA (Rich Internet Applications). These applications run on the client, ie user's browser while maintaining communication with the server asynchronously in the background. Thus it is possible to make changes on pages without recharging, which means increase interactivity, speed and usability in your applications.

Ajax is an asynchronous technology, meaning that additional data are required to the server and load in the background without interfering with the display or behavior of the page. JavaScript is the scripting language (scripting language) that normally are made Ajax call functions while the data access is done via XMLHttpRequest object available in current browsers. In any case, it is necessary that the asynchronous content be formatted in XML.

Ajax is a valid technique for multi-platform and usable on many operating systems and browsers because it is based on open standards including JavaScript and Document Object Model (DOM).

FLASH

Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash) is an application in the form of animation studio that works on "frames" for the production and delivery of interactive content for different audiences around the world regardless of platform. It is currently developed and distributed by Adobe Systems, and uses vector graphics and raster images, sound, program code, streaming video and two-way audio (the flow upstream is only available when used in conjunction with Macromedia Flash Communication Server). Strictly speaking, Flash is the environment and Flash Player is the virtual machine program used to run the files generated in Flash.

Flash files, which usually have the SWF file extension, can appear on a web page to be viewed in a browser, or can be played independently by a Flash player. Flash files occur most often as animations in Web pages and multimedia Web sites, and more recently Rich Internet Applications. They are also widely used in web advertisements.